Ever wonder how many recipes include peaches? You may be surprised if it’s your first time attending the Annual Peach Festival.
This year, DP Law will be a sponsor of the 2022 Peach Festival on August 20, 2022, in Middletown. We love community events, and what could be a more sweet one? This is a great event for friends, family, and loved ones to enjoy a summer day and enjoy some food together.
For those preparing to attend, Broad Street will be closed at 8:45 am for the annual Peach parade. Most activities will be held along Main Street. During the event, N Cass Street and a portion of Main Street will be closed to traffic for the safety of attendees.
There will also be live entertainment across town. Activities for children include an exhibit of local artists, historical exhibits, a pie contest, DIY crafts, music, food, games, and, of course, peaches!
No matter what the weather, the Peach Festival goes on!
On Thursday, March 31st, attorneys James R. Donovan and Oscar Velazquez Reyes were interviewed by Kevin Andrade on Maxima Spanish radio. It was simulcast in Sussex County at 95.3 FM and New Castle County at 104.1 FM.
While Women’s History Month comes to end, Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz & Bhaya continues to recognize and celebrate our women attorneys. These women zealously advocate for their clients, serve in various leadership roles throughout the Delaware community, and continue to pave the way for our next generation of women attorneys.
Congratulations to Associate Caroline Kaminski on her admissions to the Delaware Bar! Caroline joined the firm as a legal assistant in 2015, and transitioned to a law clerk once she began Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, where she obtained her juris doctor. In 2020, after her judicial clerkship with the President Judge of the Superior Court of Delaware, Caroline returned to Doroshow Pasquale as an associate in the Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation division.
Caroline has continued to demonstrate determination and resilience, and we congratulate her on this well-deserved success!
Eric Doroshow’s recently published book, The Delaware Auto Accident Book, discusses everything from basic information about car insurance to preparing for litigation in the event of a car crash. Learn how to prepare for a motor vehicle wreck and ensure your rights are protected throughout the entire legal claim process.
Stay tuned to WXDE 105.9FM this Saturday, October 16th from 9:30am-10:30am to hear an exclusive interview between Eric Doroshow and Dan Gaffney about Doroshow’s new published work.
To get your copy of The Delaware Auto Accident Book, go to http://www.deaccidentbook.com.
Here are some photos of the foundation for our new Bear office being poured. We recently had the pump truck onsite along with concrete trucks pouring the building pad.
Partners Jessica Welch, Don Marston, James Donovan, and Tara Bustard attended the Workers’ Compensation Section’s Virtual Seminar hosted by the Delaware State Bar Association today. Jessica, Don, and Tara spoke on various topics surrounding workers’ compensation, including recent trends in medical treatment, subrogation/lien reimbursement, and ethics in the era of COVID-19.
Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz, and Bhaya’s own Associate Attorney Caroline Kaminski wrote a post for Delaware’s premier Workers’ Compensation Blog Detour and Frolic. Caroline’s post regarding the Superior Court’s affirmation of the Industrial Accident Board’s role in determining the credibility of witnesses that appear before it is a must read, along with the rest of Delaware Detour and Frolic.
Truth be Told. . . IAB Affirmed Where Claimant’s Credibility is the Theme of Its Ruling
The jury found the club liable for injuries suffered by Cindy Cowee, 33, when her car was smashed broadside by a truck traveling 50 mph on November 13, 1993.
The jury sided with Cowee because the club did not have a stop sign or other warnings that would have prevented her pulling onto Del. 52 into the truck’s path.
Cowee, a videographer who has moved from Wilmington to Connecticut since the accident, has impaired memory and speech and will never work again, said Robert Pasquale, her attorney.
He said it was raining the night of the accident, hampering vision, and that trees lining the club’s entrance road blocked his client’s view of the truck and Del. 52.
Cowee, a first-time visitor to the club, was confused by the entrance road to the Methodist Country Home, which is across Del. 52 from the country club. The two entrance roads line up, giving Cowee the impression that it was one continuous road.
Pasquale said key testimony came from two drivers who left the country club shortly before Cowee. They also said they drove out of its entrance road without stopping, across Del. 52 and onto the Methodist home’s drive. Another driver following Cowee testified that she was not speeding and appeared to be driving safely before the accident.
Pasquale said the club knew the driveway was dangerous and had installed stop signs at the exit to Del. 52. But vandals had taken them down before the accident and the club had not replaced them. The club should have put up temporary warning signs or devices, Pasquale said.
“The club argued that private landowners have no responsibility to put up a stop sign, and legally they don’t,” Pasquale said. “But they do have the responsibility to make their property absolutely safe for their invitees.”
Because of the accident, the state installed a stoplight at the intersection of Del. 52 and the club’s exit, Pasquale said. “But that was too late for Cindy”, he said.
Stephen P. Casarino, the club’s attorney, did not return a call for comment.